Filled Lakes highlight news of 2007

Treul, Don
December 2007
Breckenridge American;12/29/2007, Vol. 104, p1
The article presents news briefs on issues and events in Breckenridge, Texas from January to June 2007. In January, Stephens Memorial Hospital opened a new emergency department and hundreds attended the open house tours. In March, the Ministerial Alliance organized an open house for the new Breckenridge Cemetery Chapel. In June, the Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce employed Dani Boulware as the new Chamber director.


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